Electric cars are the new generation of cars in the automotive industry. Though the first electric vehicle was built in the eighteenth century, the emphasis was not on building more cars. The manufacturers concentrated on building fuel cars, which are the most commonly used in the transport sector. However, the manufacturers are now focusing their attention on producing more of these cars, and several strategies have been put in place to finalize this process. Here are some of the interesting facts of these cars that you may not have known.
Electric cars may have their own lane
Like bicycles, electric cars may also have their lanes on the roads and streets. By having their own lanes, electric cars will attract more interest from the public; hence their purchase is likely to rise tremendously. Various governments are also trying to encourage the use of electric cars, reduce tax on them, and reduce their cost.
Electric vehicles are soon becoming more affordable
Electric cars have been expensive when compared to fueled cars. Their batteries are the main factor which has been making them expensive. However, this is going to be a thing of the past. With the reduction of their battery cost, the EVs will become cost-competitive with the fueled cars. Further, the electric cars are going to be more economical.
Their maintenance is very cheap
Another fascinating fact that you didn’t know about electric cars is their cheap maintenance cost. The cost of maintaining them is lower than that of fueled cars. Since the EVs do not have the coolant for engines, exhaust systems, and a combustible engine, their maintenance becomes very cheap.
Charging them is very simple
Two factors can be used to measure the ease with which electric cars can be charged. First is the number of charging stations, and the speed at which they charge. The charging stations are being established in large numbers globally. Furthermore, fast charging facilities are also being put in place. The fast-charging system will enable EVs to travel a minimum distance of 270 km after just 30 minutes of charging.
These cars do not have an exhaust system
Electric cars are environmentally friendly since they do not emit toxic gases in the atmosphere. The vehicles are powered by 100% clean energy, which is stored in their Lithium-ion batteries. Though the hybrid electric vehicle has an exhaust system, fully electric vehicles do not have an exhaust system or the fuel injection system.
Experts say electric vehicle manufacturers like Fisker Group (NYSE: SPAQ) are doing everything possible to make EVs so reliable and affordable that buyers will switch to them on their own merits.
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